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Staying on Top of the Rapidly Developing Law, Medicine and Psychology




January 2018
Brain Injury Litigation: Staying on Top of the Rapidly Developing Law, Medicine and Psychology
Co-sponsored by the CBA Litigation Section
Program Description:
Attend this half-day program and acquire invaluable information in the brain injury litigation arena, including up-to-date trial preparation and litigation tips.
Your three hour morning session includes (1) how to articulate and respond to the contention that no one suffers any deficits after a mild traumatic brain injury; (2) new analytic, biological and imaging methods for identifying the presence and consequences of or ruling out brain injury; (3) new developments in the neuropsychological approach to malingering assessment; (4) and a protocol for prosecuting or defending against a brain injury claim.
Register now, and start out 2018 by learning how to handle your brain injury cases with even more confidence. Plus, don’t miss this opportunity to rub elbows with and learn from a seasoned national presenter, practitioner, and litigator.
Here is attorneys have said about Larry Cohen—
"Larry Cohen always does a great job in presenting material."
"Larry is the most dynamic and knowledgeable speaker. Excellent content delivered in a captive manner."
"The best aspect of this program was the extensive knowledge and experience of Dr.  Cohen."
"Larry is a dynamic speaker and the best CLE lecturer."
"I try to go to at least one Larry Cohen program per year and last year did two. Amazing instructor."
"Amazing amount of knowledge and lots of discussion in the audience."
A.M. Program Agenda:
8:30 am – 9:00 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 am – 12:00 pm (There will be a 15 minute morning break)
Discussion Includes:
- Articulating and Responding to the Contention that No One Suffers Any Deficits After a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
- New Analytic, Biological and Imaging Methods for Identifying the Presence and Consequence of or ruling out a Brain Injury
- New Developments in the Neuropsychological Approach to Malingering Assessment
- Protocol for Prosecuting or Defending Against a Brain Injury Claim
12:00 pm
  •   Standard Price
    $279.00 USD
  •   Member Price
    $229.00 USD
  •   General Credits
  •   Ethics Credits
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Non-Member Price
$279.00 USD
Member Price
$229.00 USD
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